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Review: FAR SECTOR #4 Talks Protest and Political Obstinance

Writer N.K. Jemisin and artist Jamal Campbell return to the City Enduring with "Far Sector" #4. This uses sharp, attitude-filled dialogue and intelligent political...

Review: The Sins of the Past Are Revealed in THE KILL LOCK #3

Livio Ramondelli has created one of the surprise-best comics of recent months with his all-robot cast in "The Kill Lock." This third issue offers...

Review: INVISIBLE KINGDOM #10 Drifts To A Exciting End

Invisible Kingdom started as a world expanding, science fiction tale but it has become something so much more.

Review: Marvel’s STAR WARS: DARTH VADER #1 Is a Bloody Trip Down Memory Lane

Marvel's 2020 restart of their Star Wars comic line brings to bear a new story from the perspective of everyone's favorite Sith Lord. Writer...

Review: ANT-MAN #1 Carries Giant-Size Comedy

Ant-Man #1 (of 5) hits your local comic book shop this week from Marvel Comics, and he’s got his daughter as a partner thanks...

Review: ADLER #1 Introduces a League of Extraordinary Women

It is true that each character has a specific defining aspect but even within this first issue of Adler there are depths waiting to be explored.

Review: Southern Running & Gunning in KILL WHITEY DONOVAN #3

Sydney Duncan and Natalie Barahona's Civil-War era revenge story "Kill Whitey Donovan" reaches its third chapter with more intriguing backstory and narrow escapes. Despite...

Review: It’s Harvest Time in READ ONLY MEMORIES #2

What seemed like a simple missing person’s case develops into a much deeper, more arcane mystery in Read Only Memories #2, out this week...

Review: Scum & Villainy in THE KILL LOCK #2

The second issue of Livio Ramondelli's "The Kill Lock" invests itself into the flaws and backstory of its characters as they seek a cure...